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PBS
Oct 15, 2012 6:30pm PDT
correspondence. simon young with more on this. we saw some public response there in our report. how will this be figuring in next year's election? >> if it threatens to become a huge issue in the election because at one level this is about how all the people heat and power their homes. the political parties are already passing around the game -- passing around the blame. what chancellor merkel needs to do is say that the switchover to clean forms of energy is happening at the expense of the average of voter and small businesses. if that were to happen, the could be a backlash against it. it is at a moment where most germans continue to support the transition to renewable energy. >> this is a costly transition for many households. how is germany coming along in meeting its own goals for independence? >> quite well, but not quite well enough. they are trying to switch off a nuclear by 2022. the shortfall, without becoming more reliant on foreign producers such as russia. the experts say that renewals can help to replace those missing sources of energy in the future and already one qua
CSPAN
Oct 31, 2012 9:00am EDT
it. featured speakers include simon johnson, former chief economist with the imf, and karen petrou. this is just over an hour: >> thank you very much. i certainly hope and expect that this discussion will be as stimulating and exciting as the last panel. each of the panelists will speak for about ten minutes, and then we'll have an opportunity for colloquy among the panelists and then open for questions to the audience. we'll go in the following order, scheherazade will start us off, then anna will be second, simon third and karen fourth. so, scheherazade, please, kick us off. >> thank you. thank you, art. it's a pleasure to be here at she leaf's annual event. i will try not to put you too much into a gloomy mood. [laughter] if you're going to discuss the business of trying to predict what possibly is the next financial crisis, i think it's important to discuss the changing nature of these crises. thirty years ago we had what we now affectionately call the traditional type of crisis, only happened in emerging markets, and the contagion of this crisis was regional. so if brazil got
CNBC
Oct 10, 2012 9:00am EDT
. get your best rest ever from sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> simon hobbs here to tell us what's coming up at 10:00. >> good morning to you carl. we'll look at whether the $10 same-day delivery from walmart makes it more like amazon. can you profit from that announcement? we'll look at yum!'s earnings, still potential there and you've doubled your money in home depot over the last 14 months. is now the time to take money off the table with home depot? that and more in the next hour of "squawk on the street." >> in the meantime "six in 60." dollar tree. >> i like this call my neptune dollar tree and south have never looked better. >> monster beverage. >> if you're going to put the calories on the sodas look out. this is not what i think the health care officials mentioned this, this is not good cardiac wise. >> morgan stanley downgrading barrick. >> the gold stocks are terrible. plain and simple good call. >> johnson controls downgrade. >> this stock is way too expensive. wouldn't surprise me if it went down to there. >> credit suisse recommended by imax. >>
CSPAN
Oct 26, 2012 8:00pm EDT
the following order. ann pinedo will be second, simon third, and karen forth. please kick us off. >> thank you. it's an honor to be here. ly not fry to put you in a glomy mood. it you're going to discuss the business of trying to predict the next financial crisis, i think it's important to discuss the changing nature of these cry cease. thirty years ago we have what we call the traditional type of crisis only happen in emerging market, and the contain was regional. latin america got hit. your financial eggs in southeast asia were relatively safe. in late 1995, 1994 early 1995, the world as we knew it changed. mexico crashed and something strange happened within three days market in how long hong kong, india and poll land crashed. we didn't expect it. we didn't understand what what was in place that was causing world emerging markets to crash because mexico crashed. when economist can't understand something, we give it an special name. we call it an anomaly. [laughter] when asia crashed we truly understand that something was different because it drags down every emerging market in the world. an
CSPAN
Oct 16, 2012 10:00am EDT
banks may make them too small to succeed. then, simon johnson will have five minutes to rebut as well peter, and you will each have three minutes to make your closing arguments. thereafter, we will open and up to a panel discussion. you can throw questions at one another, cast of versions and make attacks as you want. we will have an open discussion as time allows and we will open and up to q&a from the audience. i know we will have our timekeeper standing in the back. you will be cut off if you use more than your allotted time. with that, let us get started. harvey, the floor is yours. you have eight minutes. you do not have to use at all it did not choose to. >> thank you. i would like to think brad for inviting me to come up here for this debate. another thing i need to say, and i might be the only one on the panel has to do this. but give a disclaimer. the pews am going to express today our mind. -- the abuse and gorda express i am going to express today our mind. what i am going to say is not necessarily the view of anyone else in the federal reserve system or any of the parts of
CSPAN
Oct 30, 2012 12:00pm EDT
an open questions to the audience. we'll go to the following order. sherazad and simon third and karen fourth. so kick us off. >> thank you. thank you, art. it is a pleasure to be here at cleaf's annual event. i will not hope not to put you too much into a gloomy mood. if you're trying to predict what is the next financial crisis, i think it is important to discuss the changing nature of these crises. 30 years ago, we had what we gnaw affection atly call the traditional type of crisis. only happens in emerging markets and contagion of these crisis was regional. so if brazil got hit, latin america got hit. effects in southeast asia were relatively safe. but in late 1995, sorry, 1994, early 1995, the world as we knew it changed. mexico crashed and something very strange happened. within three days markets in hong kong, india, hungary, poland crashed. we weren't expecting this and we most certainly did not understand what transmission mechanism was in place that was causing world emerging markets to crash just because americas cocrashed. you know when economists can't understand something
PBS
Oct 9, 2012 10:00pm PDT
bureau chief simon gardn. simon, how high up the hierarchy chain is heriberto lazcano >> right up at the top. he is the leader of the glet as. he has been locked in a bitter battle with the second, if you like, in command of the zetas. much of the bloodshed we've been seeing in mexico in recent months have been due to that feud >> suarez: since the president of mexico in effect declared war on the drug cartels have they ever caught as big a fish as this one? >> he's theiggst fishey've caught so far. i mean this is a coups for called reason. calderon's drug strategy which was to go after the heads of the different drug cartels was criticized by some for having created fragmentation and a deep deepening of violence. yet he is to a certain extent been vindicated today. he said so himself on television. this afternoon. so, you know, for calderon's strategy, which actually hurt his party in recent presidential electioand helped boost his opponent or the opponent of his party, he is now, you know, reaping the benefits of this. the fall of lazcano is definitely the most important kill in
CSPAN
Oct 26, 2012 9:00am EDT
and management simon johnson. that'll be coming up in about 15 minutes, 15, 20 minutes or so. we'll have it live here on c-span2. the day started with securities and exchange commission chairman mary schapiro who addressed the group on a number of issues including full implementation of the dodd-frank law, executive pay and the sec's annual budget. >> good morning, everyone. thank you very much for that kind introduction, and, in fact, for your wonderful stewardship and leadership of my alma mater. and it's always wonderful to be back at gw. i also want to thank the university for hosting the financial regulatory reform symposium. i think it's an important opportunity to contribute to the debate and the discussion around financial regulatory reform. four years ago this month this nation was suffering from a near collapse of our financial system. while there are differences of opinion as to what was the most significant trigger, a bipartisan senate committee report known as the levin-coburn report asserted that the crisis was the result of, quote, high risk, complex financial products, undisclose
CNBC
Oct 15, 2012 9:00am EDT
to the 10 a.m. you have to go through simon hobbs first. >> good morning. we'll talk about citigroup at some length. two analysts, one think it's quite nervous and another believes the stock could rise 30% and the man leading microsoft's foray into online music. why are they being so beastly to pandora and spotify and randi zuckerberg will be here. >> with a fantastic role model. six in 60. rio tinto. >> goldman says this iron move is over. sell the stocks. >> b of a. >> these stocks they've been terrible but this one held up well. >> google, big investor meeting. >> this is about the ftc, remember they hired paul weiss. everyone is scared the ftc will come down hard on them. >> chico's. >> only a few retailers look good, williams-sonoma and urban outfittersment maybe this can join them. >> goldman raising estimates on ebay. >> that seems to have nothing. i think it's a buy. people seem to be wanting to leave it. >> barclay's likes joy global. >> joy global. talk about risk/reward. like the iron ore trade every joe contin rio tinto. >> two weeks ago the ipo market was dead. now it's red hot.
CSPAN
Oct 14, 2012 12:15am EDT
was reyna grande whose memoir is called "the distance between us" a memoir, published by sean -- simon & schuster. reyna grande tell us your life story. >> my life story? you mean the kerosene story? >> when you went to school and they did a sanitation check on you. >> oh, okay. yeah, when i came to -- in fifth grade one day than there showed up and the teacher said she is coming to inspect all the kids for lice. i was so shocked because i couldn't understand that happened in mexico because all of his head lice. we were all poor kids coming to school barefoot and dirty and we all head lice but in l.a. i didn't expect there to be lice and for a second there i thought maybe they cross the border illegally like i had. i got inspected and it turned out that i had lice. i was so afraid to go home and tell that to my dad because i didn't want him to think that i was still that dirty little girl he had left mine in mexico. i thought he was going to beat me as well because that was his favorite way of disciplining us. it turned out that my father was not angry at me and he didn't blame me and
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2012 7:00am EDT
is called "the distance between us: a memoir," published by simon & schuster. reyna grande, tell us the life story. >> guest: the life story? demand the kerosene story? >> host: the story when you were to school and they did a sanitation check on you. >> guest: okay, when i came to elementary and fifth-grade, one day the nurse showed up in the teacher said she's come to inspect all the kids for lace. and i was so shocked because i couldn't understand is that it happened in mexico because all of us had lace. we were all poor kids coming to school barefoot and dirty and we all had lice. but in l.a. i just didn't expect it to be lice. for a while i thought i had crossed the border illegally like i had. i got inspect it and it turned out that i had lice and i was so afraid to go home and tell that to my dad because i didn't want him to think that i was still the dirty little girl he had left behind in mexico. and i thought he was going to beat me as well because that was his favorite way of disciplining us. and it turned out that my father was not angry at me and he didn't blame me and he didn't
CNBC
Oct 22, 2012 9:00am EDT
, higher labor costs and slower business are the reason why. simon? >> it's all about the revenue. thank you for that. >>> ahead on the program, president obama and mitt romney going head to head for one final time. the presidential debate tonight on cnbc. we'll go live to the debate site in florida for a preview. plus, the national press secretary for obama campaign will give us his view of how the president will hope to perform tonight. apple has been on steady decline since iphone 5 hit the stores. can the ipad mini save the stock tomorrow? more "squawk on the street" after the break. just driving a, comin' back from the lake, and all of a sudden, ka-plam. it blindsided us. what is it? our college savings account. how do you think it happened? not sure. i think something we bought a while ago turned out to be something else, annnnnd, i remember a lot of other stuff in there had the word "aggressive" in it. is everyone okay? well, now, yeah. who knows later. ♪ we don't call this our company, we call this our mission. green toys teaches children that if i have a milk jug and i stick i
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2012 7:30am EDT
for them. >> host: and we have been talking with reyna grande, "the distance between us: a memoir," a simon & schuster title. you are watching booktv on c-span 2. >> joseph wheelan recounts the life of general sure didn't who forced the surrender of robert e. lee at appomattox courthouse. the author recalls general sure didn't postwar career, which included command of the u.s. army. it's about 45 minutes. >> i want to thank quiller ridge books for inviting me back and all of you people for coming out to hear about general bill sheridan, who out of the triumvirate of union generals credited with winning civil war companies probably the least known of them. the others being ulysses s. grant and william tecumseh sherman. 1937, the three generals appear together in a commemorative postage stamp. as part of a series with great u.s. military commanders. and to his right is sherman and sheridan is on grants left. this is appropriate because by the time the civil war ended, sheraton was sometimes referred to as the left hand of grant of the left-handed. he was 10 years younger than grant and sherma
WHUT
Oct 9, 2012 6:00pm EDT
of the sword of independence hero simon boulevard during the victory celebration. at a rally of the presidential chalice, chÁvez reached out to the political opposition and called for unity among venezuelans. >> to those to promote hate, to those to promote social poison, to those or always tried to deny all the good things that happen in venezuela, i invite him to dialogue, to debate, and to work together for venezuela. for the bulgarian people, for the bolivarian venezuelan. that is why i start by sending these greetings to them and extending these two hands and hearts to them, in the name of all of us because we are brothers. >> venezuelan he president hugo chÁvez speaking after winning another six-year term in office. in his concession speech, henrique capriles urged chÁvez to recognize the voices of those who voted against him. >> i hope a political movement that has been in power for 14 years understands that almost half the country does not agree with them. -- does not agree with him. i ask for those in power to have respect, recognition of almost half the country.
CBS
Oct 21, 2012 7:00pm PDT
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CSPAN
Oct 26, 2012 9:00am EDT
times" moderates the discussion. it is one hour and 25 minutes. >> welcome, everybody. -simon rosenberg. we are grateful that you came out here today. if we had done an event around polli,ng we would have a few more people, but we are lucky to have joining rob shapiro, the chair of our globalization initiative, our good friend edward luce, who is now the former bureau chief of "the financial times," now chief american commentator and is also a published author. he has recently written one of the more influential or at least highly commentated -- there was so much commentary around his book about whether or not america was in decline in the economic issues we will be talking about today and we feel lucky he took time out of his busy schedule to guide us. many of you know rob shapiro, who has a long history of policy leadership here in washington, starting in the early days working for daniel patrick moynihan, to helping advise bill clinton in 1992, and eventually becoming the undersecretary of commerce in the second clinton term. what brought us together is the subject we will talk about
CNBC
Oct 16, 2012 9:00am EDT
'm out. i won't stick around for an orderly transition. oil walk away. simon and guys that's kind of a theory that's making the rounz that connect the dots that jim and others have been talking about this morning. >> that makes sense and we've seen that happen before. it's interesting, i looked at the composition of this board of directors. doesn't seem to be that strong of a board but they stood up here and made known what they at least felt. perhaps surprisingly to some a difference in opinion on the strategy this bank. one wonders when they will start with the new messaging. >> absolutely, david. i share a little bit of the surprise even just on your desk this morning in terms of the negativity about the quarter yesterday from sheila bair and from others, the feeling that the board was dissatisfied with pandit's performance. he inherited an unmentionable on television sandwich. he did quite a lot with it over a five year period. the compensation issue was dogging the board and him. i'm sure that was a factor. that doesn't explain why this ouster would occur right now. >> we got
CNBC
Oct 29, 2012 9:00am EDT
. >> simon, they are parked all over the world. they have delta planes parked over in europe right now that would normally be flying back here. a lot of the planes that were usually in new york, they are in hubs in minneapolis, detroit, any place where they can find space, that's where they are putting planes right now. >> thank you very much. still ahead on the program, clearly thousands of flights are being canceled. last-minute hotel rooms being booked. a live and exclusive interview with the largest online travel agency for america, expedia's ceo will join us next. i'm a conservative investor. i invest in what i know. i turned 65 last week. i'm getting married. planning a life. there are risks, sure. but, there's no reward without it. i want to be prepared for the long haul. i see a world bursting with opportunities. india, china, brazil, ishares, small-caps, large-caps, ishares. industrials. low cost. every dollar counts. ishares. income. dividends. bonds. i like bonds. ishares. commodities. diversification. choices. my own ideas. ishares. i want to use the same stuff the big guys
CSPAN
Oct 18, 2012 8:00pm EDT
of arizona horizon. i am ted simons and that is it for now. have a great evening. >> i've made mistakes in my personal finances. i'm not perfect that i made those mistakes and i fixed them. the fact is that everybody has looked into these allegations that linda mcmahon has made an ace campaign has said it's completely false. from the danbury news-times every independent financial expert and what makes a lot of these attack ads that we have seen from linda met van especially troubling is the fact that during the exact same time, linda mcmahon still had not paid back the $1 million that she owed her creditors from bankruptcy 36 years ago. >> congressman murphy i agree that we need to talk about the issues in the state and you know an occasional financial slip is not what we are talking about here. you absolutely need to be honest with the people of connecticut. you need to be honest about your special interest loan. you need to be honest about your -- in washington. those are issues that are important to the folks of connecticut because they want to know, can they trust the congressman that the
CSPAN
Oct 18, 2012 11:00pm EDT
you very much. sinemet for joining us in a special edition of arizona horizon. i'm ted simons. as for now, you have a great evening. >> i've made mistakes in my personal finances. i'm not perfect, but i made this and fix them. the fact is that everybody sues looking into these allegations have said that they are completely false. everyone from the connecticut post and the danbury news times, ever independent financial expert. and what makes a lot of these attack ads that we've seen from linda mcmahon especially troubling is the fact that during the exact same time, linda mcmahon still hadn't paid back the $1 million to creditors during bankruptcy 36 years ago. >> congressman murphy, i agree with you to talk about issues in the state. an occasional financial but this novel were talking about here. but you absolutely need to be honest with the people of connecticut. you need to be honest about your special interest loans. you need to be honest about your tenants in washington. those are issues important to the folks of connecticut because they want to know, can i trust the congr
CSPAN
Oct 23, 2012 9:00am EDT
drives the gym to get. many catholic groups are most notable in networks led by sister simone and the nuns on the bus have been vocal critics of the ryan budget which would cut spending of social services. republicans have been heavily influenced by the tea party movement in the past three years, and the tea party espouses of course that government should be far less responsible for providing the service. they believe that when the government provides social welfare it creates a culture of dependency among americans but i was struck that paul ryan use those words talk about welfare reform. so the american values survey asked americans whether they were more likely to agree that government policy and helping the poor served as a critical safety net or whether they create a culture of dependency where people are provided with too many handouts. so figure nine shows the percentage of americans were more likely to say that those policies create a culture of dependency. it's relatively few, only 32% of americans say social welfare policies create a culture of dependency. there is a
CSPAN
Oct 26, 2012 12:00pm EDT
accounting for some of the funding differential that simon of lightly references at the same time they are playing a morally without the safety net that would save them meaning that market shock in the case of either operational, sovereignty or liquidity risk of a large institution would be worse. it would be lanham brothers on steroids. that's what scares me and why we need to go back to the liquidation of authority. could work in across borders attritions? does anything work in a cross border situation? not well to read about 80% of all banks offshore assets are held in the u.k. and that is particularly true for the wholesale oriented institutions like jpmorgan. they are operating in 70 countries but to what they've got in bulgaria is not systemic. maybe in bulgaria is. that is a different question. to chase and the u.k. it isn't. those are afterthought operations. that's why the u.s. and the u.k. are very fall along and what they called a crisis management group to resolve that aspect of cross border banking. is it done? no peery dividing durkan and i can answer your questions
CSPAN
Oct 1, 2012 12:00pm EDT
] and jason plumber. [applause] we also want to thank our .anelists thanks also to the paul simon public policy institute and the staff of the cultural and civic center. the candidates will debate one more time this election season. that effort -- third and final debate will be wednesday, october 10 at 7:00 p.m. the debate will be streamed live at thesouthern.com. it will air on wusa television on october 12 adkins 7:00 p.m. that is a friday -- october 12 at 7:00 p.m. this is a friday. thank you for watching. good night. [applause] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> the c-span's 2012 coverage continues later today with two more congressional debate. we will take you live in massachusetts for a senate debate between scott brown and democratic challenger, elizabeth warren. it is their second televised debate. you can see that live at 7:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. after that, will go west to nebraska out -- as republican doug fisher challenges bob kerrey. it starts live tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. you can
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